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Five of the best hatchbacks in Ireland

by on 10 May 2017

changagoidem Features | Five of the best hatchbacks in Ireland

If you don't travel vast distances or need to venture off the beaten track that often, chances are you don't really need an SUV. Hatchbacks have long been a staple of the motoring diet in Ireland and the current crop includes some really great automobiles. Over time these models have grown a little in size both inside and outside, but their driving dynamics and refinement have also been greatly improved upon. Here's our pick of the best hatchbacks currently on sale in Ireland.

1 - Opel Astra

Over its many generations the Opel Astra has matured into…

Five best family saloon automobiles in Ireland

by on 01 May 2017

changagoidem Features | Five best family saloon automobiles in Ireland

Saloons have long enjoyed strong sales here, but in more recent times the segment has come under threat from increasing numbers of crossovers and SUVS. Automobile makers aren't ignoring the saloon segment though, with many producing some great new models. Increasing levels of passenger space as well as more economical engines mean today's modern saloons have a lot to offer buyers. As the automobiles grow in size so too does the number of safety systems designed to keep you and yours safe on the move.

1 - Mazda6

The Mazda6 is a great blend of quality, refinement…

Meeting the inventor of ESP

by Kyle Fortune on 28 Apr 2017

changagoidem Features | Meeting the inventor of ESP

ESP is the biggest safety advance in automobile technology since the seatbelt; we met the German engineer who dreamt up the idea.

Frank-Werner Mohn is a German engineer. Nothing unusual in that in the automotive industry. Indeed, in my line of work I probably meet a German engineer every other week. I love that Germany values its engineers, holding them in the same high regard as doctors. They’re rightly seen as the drivers of the country’s economy, and widely regarded as among the very best in the world.

Mohn is a little bit different. And not because he’s unusually, infectiously…

Five of the best electric automobiles in Ireland

by on 09 Apr 2017

changagoidem Features | Five of the best electric automobiles in Ireland

While the government's and the ESB's predictions for the number of electric automobiles on Irish roads seem wildly wide of the mark right now, there's undoubtedly more momentum in the sector of late and plenty of new electric models coming on stream. We're also seeing useful gains in range, which is still seen by the buying public as a major hurdle. An electric automobile would suit far more motorists than they realise.

1 - Nissan Leaf

You have to admire Nissan for taking the electric automobile plunge with its Leaf hatchback years before most rivals even considered it. Unsurprisingly, it's…

Five best mid-sized SUVs and crossovers in Ireland

by on 07 Apr 2017

changagoidem Features | Five best mid-sized SUVs and crossovers in Ireland

The rise in popularity of crossovers and mid-sized SUVs has led to a proliferation of new models in the market. Many of these are derived from normal automobiles, but go beyond simply having raised height on their side. Most also offer useful all-wheel-drive options, and while you may not plan on venturing off-road it does help in wet and icy conditions. This is our guide to the best models currently on sale in these two segments.

1 - SEAT Ateca

The SEAT Ateca is close to being the perfect SUV. It's big enough to have presence,…

Best April Fools' Day jokes by automobile manufacturers

by Maurice Malone on 01 Apr 2017

changagoidem Features | Best April Fools' Day jokes by automobile manufacturers

The Inisbofin Motor Show (IBMS) took place this week, although thanks to a huge error of judgement on the part of the organisers, hardly anybody knew that it was taking place. Eschewing the usual methods of advertising through websites, print media and social media channels, the organisers instead relied entirely on flyers with the phrase ‘IBMS on Inisbofin’ printed on them, and no other details. People mistakenly assumed that there was some sort of convention occurring for sufferers of irritable bowel syndrome and stayed away. When questioned on this, a spokesman bristled from inside his cable-knit Aran jumper and admitted…






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